The next few months involve a lot of travel and my head is spinning just thinking about it. As much as I love travelling, flying can take its toll when I’m not adequately prepared. And while I wouldn’t say I’m a bad flyer, I do find it more and more exhausting as I get older. […]Read more "In-Flight Entertainment"
Byron Bay is a popular surf town a short drive (about 1.5 hours southwest) of the Gold Coast. Known for its excellent surf, beautiful walks, and laid back locals, it’s also full of world class cafés and bohemian boutiques. On a recent trip to Queensland to visit my Canadian cousins, I managed to sneak in […]Read more "How to spend a day in Byron Bay"
I say this EVERY year, but where has the time gone?! I can’t believe we’re already a week into 2018. As much as I love the clean slate of a new year, I’m all about setting goals year-round. While my goals usually include a personal component, I wanted to focus a bit more on business […]Read more "2018 Blog & Business Goals"
Before booking my trip to Morocco, I heard lots of comments and concerns from my parents, friends and boyfriend. So, I researched and read over 20 blog posts and watched several vlogs on different people’s experiences to learn more about the people and culture. Overall, it was 50/50 on whether people enjoyed their time and […]Read more "Morocco Moments"
Nowhere in Auckland has as many excellent eateries, quality cafés and beautiful boutiques as Ponsonby. The affluent suburb is synonymous with style and one would be remiss to visit the City of Sails without spending some time here. When I was studying in Auckland, I dreamt of renting a small villa in Ponsonby amongst the […]Read more "A Short Guide To Ponsonby"
With only one day in Brisbane on my way back from the Whitsunday Islands, I still was eager to get a good sense of the city. If you’re looking for ideas to explore this sunny Queensland city on a tight timeframe, read on. After flying into the Brisbane Airport, catching the train is super straightforward. […]Read more "24 Hours In Brisbane"
The last time I was in New Plymouth was to see Tegan and Sara open for Jack Johnson in 2010. Evidently Jack Johnson chose Taranaki as the destination for one of his two New Zealand shows because of its reputation for having some of the country’s best surf. Taranaki is known for much more than […]Read more "36 Hours in New Plymouth"